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  • Havre de Grace man offers a new telling of the old Thanksgiving story

    Havre de Grace man offers a new telling of the old Thanksgiving story
    In 1620, 393 Novembers ago, a small ship was being rocked and tossed in the cold North Atlantic. And on board were its captain and Ship's Master, Christopher Jones, Pilgrim leaders: William Bradford, William Brewster, Myles Standish, 101 English men,...
  • New riverkeeper can't wait to get his feet wet

    New riverkeeper can't wait to get his feet wet
    It was a dream job that Jeff Holland didn't even realize was his dream: patrolling the water and advocating for the environment as the West/Rhode Riverkeeper. Holland was still settling into his other new gig, running the Captain Avery Museum, a small...
  • From the water to the battlefield, an appreciation for Civil War quilts

    From the water to the battlefield, an appreciation for Civil War quilts
    The Civil War experience has been preserved over the past 150 years through a variety of media: books, newspaper accounts, films, drawings, paintings, diaries, artifacts and ... quilts. The quilting form will be discussed and displayed Sunday at the...
  • Former Lions try out for Green Terrors [History Matters]

    50 Years Ago Howard stars lineup "Former Lions try out for Green Terrors" "Three Howard High graduates have reported for practice with the Green Terrors of Western Maryland College.  Bob Waldorf, Director of Athletics at Western Maryland says...
  • Baltimore-area nonprofits highlight the power of philanthropy

    Baltimore-area nonprofits highlight the power of philanthropy
    Say the word "philanthropist" and the names of the wealthy and powerful come to mind. But philanthropists don't need to make million-dollar gifts to help change lives. Many nonprofits in the Baltimore area thrive by receiving many small gifts —...
  • New circuit administrative judges appointed

    New circuit administrative judges appointed
    Two new circuit administrative judges were appointed to oversee the day-to-day court functions in the city, Baltimore and Harford counties. Baltimore County Circuit Judge Kathleen Gallogly Cox was appointed to the Third Judicial Circuit, which...
  • Benita H. Low, educator

    Benita H. Low, educator
    Benita H. Low, a retired private school educator and museum docent, died Tuesday of respiratory failure at Roland Park Place. She was 97. The daughter of Clifford Milburn Holland, an engineer for whom New York's Holland Tunnel is named, and Anna Coolidge...
  • Back Story: Bohemia Manor Farm founded by cartographer

    Back Story: Bohemia Manor Farm founded by cartographer
    In recent weeks, The Baltimore Sun, The New York Times and other newspapers have been carrying advertisements announcing the auction next week of Bohemia Manor Farm, which is perhaps one of Maryland's most historic estates, dating to the 17th century....
  • Arundel police say Glen Burnie man responsible for wave of 'smash and grab' burglaries

    Arundel police say Glen Burnie man responsible for wave of 'smash and grab' burglaries
    Anne Arundel County police have arrested a Glen Burnie man who they believe is responsible for at least nine "smash and grab" burglaries through the county dating back to July. Police allege David Edward Holland, 54, of Glen Burnie, has roamed the...
  • Ozra, a shimmering gem of a restaurant, opens in Little Italy

    Ozra, a shimmering gem of a restaurant, opens in Little Italy
    Ozra, a promising new Persian-Mediterranean restaurant, opened quietly in Little Italy back in early July. It's co-owned by Reza Holland and Mahrdad "Max" Tabasi, who have invested a lot of time, thought and, from the looks of things, money in their...
  • Windmills a welcome addition to landscape [Column]

    Windmills a welcome addition to landscape [Column]
    Put me down in favor of windmills. Way back when I was a boy learning in social studies about the wide world out there, one of the things we were taught was about the relationship between windmills and Holland. Giant buildings equipped with what...
  • Baltimore native, artist husband sowed seeds for historic Virginia estate

    Baltimore native, artist husband sowed seeds for historic Virginia estate
    Visitors celebrating Virginia's 80th Historic Garden Week at the Gari Melchers Home and Studio at Belmont might not immediately see a connection to Baltimore. The American painter, known for his portraiture, hailed from Detroit. His home, recognized...